5 Questions with … Randy Shannon

Q: What’s this all been like for you and what’s been your approach?

Strange times: New-look Gators, Shannon ready for Missouri

Just when you think you’ve seen everything, stranger things happen to the Florida Gators. Season-ending injuries, player suspensions, hurricanes, canceled games, accusations of death threats.

McElwain visits practice to say goodbye

At the end of his first day not being Florida’s football coach, Jim McElwain stepped onto Florida Field for one last time late Monday afternoon to say goodbye to his players. McElwain came onto the field at the conclusion of...

Drama-filled week ends with ugly loss to Bulldogs

JACKSONVILLE — This rivalry game was pretty much over midway through the first quarter Saturday. But when did this humbling Florida loss to arch-rival Georgia first begin? Was it Monday, when UF coach Jim McElwain, out of nowhere, brought up death...

Andreu’s Answers: Struggles continue for Gators’ offense in third straight loss

JACKSONVILLE — Before every game, veteran college football beat writer Robbie Andreu comes up with five pertinent questions and then answers them after the game. Here’s Week 7: Will Florida’s struggling offense have any sustained success against a tough UGA...

5 questions with UF’s Hammond

Florida sophomore wide receiver Q: How confident are you that you can beat Georgia? A: We haven't lost to Georgia in the last three years, our seniors have never lost to Georgia, so I think that mentality that they bring, being...

25 years ago, underdog Gators upset highly ranked Georgia

No college football coach has beaten Georgia more than Steve Spurrier. He’s done it 16 times, once more than Auburn’s Shug Jordan. And each of those 16 wins is special and memorable, but there is one that sticks out...

Andreu’s Analysis: ’Dogs ready to romp

As unfathomable as it may seem, the two-touchdown underdog Gators do have a path to victory Saturday in Jacksonville. But it’s a tiny, tight, treacherous one. Here’s how they can successfully navigate that path: Win the turnover margin...

Gators’ injury list continues to grow

One of the big benefits of a bye week is the time off it gives some injured players a chance to heal and return. But that’s not really working out for the Florida Gators during their current open...

Andreu’s Answers: Good Gators start ends with poor finish

Before every game, veteran Sun college football beat writer Robbie Andreu comes up with five pertinent questions and then answers them after the game. Here’s Week Six: 1. The Gators put an emphasis on starting fast throughout the week in...

Florida in control of its SEC East fate

As ridiculous and ludicrous as it sounds, the Florida Gators actually still control their own fate in the SEC’s Eastern Division race. Win out and go to Atlanta.

Andreu Analysis: Dreary night in The Swamp

I went against my gut last week and picked Florida to beat LSU. I won’t do that again. Here’s what my gut is telling me this week: Saturday night’s game against Texas A&M is going to play out...

Picking up the pace: Gators to work on offense’s tempo

Yet another offensive shortcoming became obvious in Florida’s loss to LSU this past Saturday. The Gators have a tempo problem. When they need to play fast, they tend to slow down.

Andreu’s Answers: LSU’s jet sweep caused problems

Before every game, veteran Sun college football beat writer Robbie Andreu comes up with five pertinent questions and then answers them after the game.

Andreu’s analysis: Gators one step forward, two steps back

What’s happened over the past two weeks to the Florida offense is a microcosm of what’s been going on for the last eight years. The Gators finally find who they think is the right fit at quarterback to...

Andreu’s Answers: UF recovers from leaky defensive effort

Before every game, veteran Sun college football beat writer Robbie Andreu comes up with five pertinent questions and then answers them after the game. Here’s Week Four: 1. UF’s defense was porous at times against Kentucky. Will the Gators shore...

5 Questions with Florida center T.J. McCoy

It was really good to have Luke Del Rio in the game. He's been in this offense for a long time.
Luke Del Rio

Gators turn to veteran Del Rio to crank up the offense

In a rather remarkable and improbable comeback story, Luke Del Rio has gone from the forgotten man to THE man in the Florida offense.
Luke Del Rio, Kadarius Toney

Andreu Blog: Time to go with Del Rio

Like many of you, I have been a devout Luke Del Rio doubter, thinking he clearly was not the answer at quarterback (especially looking to the future) and he would not see the field this season. But I...
Ralph Webb

Gainesville native Webb gives Gators headaches

Vanderbilt senior running back Ralph Webb has always found a way to save his best performances for Florida. Last season, Webb rushed for 110 yards on 26 carries in Vanderbilt’s 13-6 loss to the Gators. Two years ago, in his last appearance at The Swamp, Webb rushed for 118 yards on 22 carries, including a 74-yard touchdown run in a 9-7 loss.